May 10, 2023
Vibrant Colors And Patterns Fill This Dallas Home With Cheer
Many of the houses in this new home’s Dallas neighborhood follow a scheme that situates a square dwelling in between front and rear yards of roughly equal size. But more than anything, these owners wanted to let in the light—which meant a side-yard design with more perimeter was in order. Years spent in a residence decorated in tones of gray and khaki had left the pair yearning for surroundings that felt “bright, cheerful and happy,” explains interior designer Kristen Woolery, a friend of the wife’s since grade school. And so, when the couple began working with Woolery, architect David Stocker and builder Robby Skinner on a custom home for themselves and their children, the first consideration was windows.
Nov 29, 2021
Find Inspiration From Park Cities Homes
“The Armstrong Bradfield Preschool Association is very excited to get back to hosting its annual tour after being forced to take a year off due to the pandemic,” co-chair Diana Oates said. “We have four amazing homes that not only showcase the variety of architecture in the neighborhood, but the talented homemakers, designers, and landscapers as well.”
Jan 19, 2021
In Good Taste: Chic & Colorful Woolery Associates Designs
It’s the start of a new year, and if there was ever a moment for a little color in our lives–and our homes–it’s now! From food to flowers, art to dresses, everything is better with a splash of a favorite shade! ? Take a peek at the fabulous, (and colorful) designs of Woolery Associates and we think you’ll agree.
Aug 19, 2020
Take a look at a Tudor-style home in University Park from 1931 with classic details, pops of color
From the curb, this University Park home boasts a crisp exterior with candy-colored accents. The 1931 Tudor-style home was remodeled in 2017. While the remodel included an entirely new kitchen and updates throughout the home, the original integrity of the home was kept intact.
Apr 23, 2018
Residents Resist What They See as Inappropriate Architecture
Some Park Cities residents look at Highland Park ISD’s plans for rebuilding Bradfield Elementary School and see what’s missing.
Architectural drawings show no pitched roof, no double-hung windows, and no cast stone decorative quatrefoils like those common on the 91-year-old school building facing demolition.
“Quatrefoil is basically our town logo,” Kristen Woolery, an interior designer and one of many residents fighting for changes, told the Highland Park Town Council in April. “We can’t neglect our architectural integrity. We have a responsibility to future generations.”